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### Measuring Volume Using a Graduated Cylinder

Learners view an explanation of how to read a graduated cylinder by measuring the lowest portion of the meniscus. A quiz completes the activity.

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Asked by kmcculler on 9/2/2014 11:55:10 AM Votes 1.00

How can you make the Measuring graduated cylinder powerpoint on full screen?

do f11

or try slideshow.

Posted by Max Cool on 11/21/2016 2:18:38 PM
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• I haven't found a way to go full screen, but using Firefox, you can Zoom in to make the important stuff easier for students to see from the back row. I go to 175% and center using the scroll bars. Hope this helps :D Melissa Wolf, 7th grade Science teacher

Answered by Melissa Harrington Wolf on 10/29/2014 10:02:07 PM
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• In Chrome you can click on the screen and then hold Ctrl and + to zoom in.

Answered by Tom Thiel on 9/21/2015 1:53:25 PM
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• to go full screen: PRESS F11

Answered by Max Cool on 11/21/2016 2:17:30 PM
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• go full screen

Answered by Rebeque Boyko on 8/19/2020 8:19:20 AM
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• you cloud zoom in or put it on a silde show?? idk

Answered by Jaden Johnson on 9/15/2020 9:47:48 PM
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• You can Ctrl and the plus symbol to so do

Answered by Breanna Rodriguez on 7/10/2021 2:16:51 PM
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• There is a FULL SCREEN button below and to the left

Answered by Tom Thiel on 7/12/2021 8:23:09 AM
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• You could click the little button above the 5.

Answered by Quinton Hendrix on 9/8/2021 1:53:35 PM
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• b

Answered by Jayden Downs on 10/12/2022 4:41:41 PM
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• press the button above the number 5

Answered by Diana Bowles on 10/18/2022 7:39:22 AM
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Asked by Mrs. K.Witt on 8/29/2016 11:34:42 PM Votes 1.00

Could you modify this to require the correct significant digits?

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• on the little power point you could really identify the digits

Answered by Melby Roldan on 9/20/2016 7:26:45 PM
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• We have made changes so that we now require the correct significant digits.

Answered by Tom Thiel on 12/19/2018 10:40:36 AM
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• the little power point you could really identify the digits

Answered by Rebeque Boyko on 8/19/2020 8:19:43 AM
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• There is little power so you could really identify it.

Answered by Quinton Hendrix on 9/8/2021 2:07:30 PM
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Asked by Chandler Walton on 2/14/2017 10:47:50 AM Votes 0.00

what is a meniscus

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• See page #3 of this learning object.

Answered by Tom Thiel on 12/19/2018 10:41:42 AM
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• A meniscus is a curve in the surface of a molecular substance (water, of course) when it touches another material. With water, you can think of it as when water sticks to the inside of a glass.

Answered by Rebeque Boyko on 8/19/2020 8:20:28 AM
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• It is a curve in the surface of a molecular substance water of course.

Answered by Quinton Hendrix on 9/8/2021 2:09:25 PM
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